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Is modus 10mg and Nimotop 30mg same ?

I am 27 years Female suffering from Polycystic ovaries. In India since i had irregular periods, i consulted a Gynaecologist in Jan 2011, where i was asked to have modus 10mg for 3 days to get periods and to continue with Melmet and Biofer for 6 months. I had the prescription till march mid. I had periods regularly in a gap of 30-35 days interval. From mid of march till april mid for about an month i didn t continue my tablets. I was married on april 2011. Now i am in Germany. Then i started to continue my tablets in Germany from Mid of April. In april i had periods in the starting of the month.But after that till date(around 45 days) i didn t have my periods. In my marriage life we r using condems reguarly. So since i didnt have periods i thought of using Modus 10mg, but it is not available in Germany. Instead in medical shop they told to have Nimotop 30mg. I am now in a confusion whether to have that tablet or not. Also i want to know whether both d tablets are same, give me a solution whether to have Nimotop 30mg or not? If so for how many day i should have? How much i should have daliy? Or shall i wait till periods occurs normally. Or am i pregnant?
Asked On : Mon, 23 May 2011
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modus contain medroxyprogesterone acetetate which act on ur period problem/
whilenimotop is nimodipine mainly use foe high blood pressure,
so both are different drug.
u must not use it instead of it
better to consult gynecologist as not all drugs and combination available in all country
as u are telling that condom had been used properly there is no chance of pregnancy
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